Picea glauca 'Laurin'

Also known as:

  • Laurin Alberta Spruce

Plant Type

tree, shrub, conifer

Zones

3a-7b

Size

H:2'-3'
W:1'-18"

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

acid, adaptable, rich

Water Needs:

regular

Sun Exposure:

sun

Special Situation:

wind tolerant

Features

Foliage:

evergreen

Tags

miniature
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Portland, OR

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Garden World

Hubbard, Oregon

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Garden World

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Retail Nursery
Kigi Nursery

Kelso, Washington

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Kigi Nursery

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Mail Order Nursery
Bloom River Gardens

Springfield, Oregon

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Bloom River Gardens

Location

Springfield, Oregon

541-726-8997

www.bloomriver.com

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Greer Gardens Inc.

Eugene, Oregon

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Greer Gardens Inc.

Location

Eugene, Oregon

800-548-0111

www.greergardens.com

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Description by: Greer Gardens Inc.

Contact

Eugene, Oregon

800-548-0111

www.greergardens.com

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MINIATURE. This variety his short needles of dark green and is a cone shaped mutation of 'Albertina Conica'. 2' x 1' in ten years. Very cute.

Description by: Bloom River Gardens

Contact

Springfield, Oregon

541-726-8997

www.bloomriver.com

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This wonderful little conifer looks like a perfect miniature Alberta spruce. Charlie (our Golden Retriever) is not included with the plant!

Description by: Garden World

Contact

Hubbard, Oregon

503-982-2380

www.gardenworldonline.com

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A dwarf conifer growing only 2-3" per year. It develops characteristic of a full-grown Alberta Spruce in miniature in miniatre. It grows best if planted in full sun.

Description by: Kigi Nursery

Contact

Kelso, Washington

(360) 425-0541

www.kiginursery.com

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Mail Order Nursery
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Picea glauca 'Laurin' - A miniature upright variety of White spruce. Very slow growing with good green color. Plant will be 30 inches high in 20 years. First introduced in 1972 by Arnold Holstein from West Germany. Grows less then one inch a year.

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